Can You Review my Resume? Please

Can You Review my Resume? Please
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Hi People,

I just finished creating a new version for my Resume. Please leave your reviews

Also, don’t mind the image quality. It is because is a jpg.

I recommend adding a link to your online portfolio if you have one.

Hi, :slight_smile: aside other advices I would not put the Macdonald job there, you are not going to be a cashier on the side at your job, i think :wink: . I would organize the skills better

  • Languages: Javascript, CSS, HTML
  • CMS: Wordpress, …
  • Software: Adobe …
  • Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint

I do think havinf a professional photo is good. It makes you more personal. Some people say no, because companies get too attached to your looks - if the like you or not. But I think the chances are HR will spend more time on your CV, if they see your picture there. It makes you more personal.

I would also write a cover letter for the job, study the company culture and tell then in the lettter, how you are passionate and how you would fit into the company…

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Bro! Where is your projects link{super important}?
Please include Github link{super important}.
Whenever I hire some one I go through the projects they made and how they write there code . Rest no need for McDonald experience.
Also you can get rid of office and power point they are least important for dev jobs.

  • Delete your address immediately, you only need to specify city & state at most
  • Work experience is generally best listed in reverse chronological
  • Parts of your resume need to be corrected for spelling & grammar, grammarly.com can be useful for that
  • Delete your references; those can always be supplied upon request
  • You might want to reformat to a single-column layout, as split-column layouts don’t scan well by Applicant Tracking Systems
  • Don’t put a photo on your resume as suggested by SimonB87, it’s not a common practice in the US—but do put one on your LinkedIn profile, which you should create if you don’t have one already

Thank You, I will going to check the spelling right now. Also, thanks for the advice.

Thank You @NinjaAniket, I will add it.
Thank you

Yes, thanks. I will do that.

Yes, the skill section was a little be disturbing for me. I think it just needs organization.

Hi Bryan thanks for submiting your resume, I’m a career coach for students at my university @ William Paterson University of New Jersey. I’m like 30 minutes from from New York City yay.

Here are suggestions:
+Remove the address, New York, NY or Manhattan, NY, or Brooklyn, NY will work fine.
+Remove the contact box. Your phone number and email should be placed below your address.
+Use a professional email, whenever I see a gmail, I immediately see an unprofessional email or a spammer and mostly like tech firms have it automatically sent to the spam box. Bonus points if you include your Linkedin.
+Your Education should be formatted, it looks messy.
+Seriously McDonalds? Lmao just seeing that just makes me laugh. I know that may sound hurtful, but employers are looking for people who have true passion in web development. Good experience is working with small businesses, colleges, and local non-profits helping them with their designs.
+For Intern/Experience, you need to have better description, it sounds like you were just tipping your toes in the water.
If you internship wasn’t helping you build experience, I suggest removing it.
+For Volunteer, if you are applying to a web development position and this volunteer experience has nothing to do, remove it.
+You need to organize your skills. You got great design skills. Also split your skills between Software skills and programming skills.
+For language skills, honestly you don’t need to add it. If you were working at a retail store like Mcdonalds or Ikea, your Spanish is an asset to them. When it comes to working in the Tech industry, there’s really no need to show it unless you are gonna work as Public Relations specialist.
+Remove references, honestly you won’t need it unless they ask.

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List projects as experience. Remove all unrelated experience. Categorize your skills, remove Dreamweaver. Reorganize your resume with new information. Put it up again :slight_smile:

My god, this is a legit review lol. Yes, I will take the address and the work experience. Don’t mind me, I took the first resume I made in high school to fill this one. In that time, my adviser told me it was a good idea to put any work experience. Thanks, I will fix that.

Yes, I was thinking about Dreamweaver. I don’t think anybody in the field uses it. Thank you.